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Attendance recorded on a holiday pays for excess hours in Time eval

Hi,

Below is the scenario, where I have a problem.

I have an employee, who is scheduled to work on a holiday. But If he enters 8 hrs on that day in IT2002, Time Evaluation generates a wagetype for 8.5 hrs. His schedule has a 0.5 hrs of Break, I mean, scheduled to work 08:00 to 16:30. How do I reduce the excess 0.5 hours generated by time eval???Also this is not happening when I enter 8 hrs in time sheet and tranfering it to master data.i.e time eval is generating wagetype for 8 hrs. so this is working good only If I enter time on timesheet not on IT2002. why???

Your quick response is appreciated.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 10:30 PM

    Is that 0.5 hrs break is paid break?

    Can you please give me the daily workschedule on that day? Are entering the time or just giving the hours?

    At this point I could not able to think of a point where it works in time sheet and not working from 2002.

    Thanks

    Mahesh

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    Hi Prakash,

    If it is a unpaid break then do one thing create a daily time type in T555A table, and enter that time type in T555Z table in Time Type field with a pair type 'D' if 'D' is not working just try 'S' or 'P'

    let me know if resolved

    Thanks And Regards

    Srinivas

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